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Meyer Library’s demolition in photos


Meyer Library has been an iconic element of Stanford’s campus since it opened its doors in 1966. This winter, it was destroyed as the result of seismic safety concerns that were deemed to expensive to fix in 2007.

Slide your mouse over the images below to view Meyer Library’s demolition over time. Click the arrows to jump forward in the process.

East Side

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West Side

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Photos edited by Victor Xu.

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Veronica Cruz '16 is a junior from Palmdale, California, majoring in computer science. Besides photographing for The Daily, she enjoys road tripping the United States and playing competitive ultimate with Stanford's women's team, Superfly. To contact Veronica, email her at vcruz27 'at'